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A basic solution is a liquid mixture that has a pH level greater than 7, which typically means there are a greater number of hydroxide ions than hydrogen ions. Basic solutions are typically formed by mixing a base, like ... More »

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In chemistry, a buffer is a substance that is able to resist changes in pH when it is a part of a solution. Buffers are added to solutions to resist acidic or basic compounds. More »

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Chemistry performed in the liquid phase is defined as wet chemistry. The term "wet chemistry" is synonymous with "bench chemistry" because the experiments are often performed at a chemistry bench. Wet chemistry involves ... More »

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A biuret solution is a liquid mixture of potassium hydroxide and copper sulfate used to detect proteins and peptides in human urine. In this alkaline solution, the copper sulfate ions react with the peptide bonds of prot... More »

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By definition, the term solution in chemistry refers to a homogeneous mixture. The mixture can include two or more different substances. Solutions can also exist in liquid, solid or gaseous states. More »

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A solution, as used in chemistry, is defined as a homogeneous mixture of one or more solutes dissolved in a solvent. Both solutes and solvents can exist as a solid, liquid or gas. More »

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Ionic compounds dissolve in water because the hydrogen and oxygen atoms in the H2O molecules have partial charges that attract the ions in the solid compound, causing it to dissociate into separated ions. Differences in ... More »

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